Complete List of Countries visited By Narender modi

Hi Friends ,Our Prime Minister Narender Modi is visiting many countries and the foreign visits by Prime Minister Modi is very important in focus of the our competition exams as the paper setters put many questions out from these visits.In this list we have made a Complete List of Countries visited By Narender modi .In this list all the countries their capitals ,currencies and purpose of the visit is provided.

This list is very important for all sort of exams in which current GK questions are asked.Here is the Complete List of Countries visited By Narender Modi :

Country Name Capital Country’s  Main Leader Currency Purpose
Seychelles Victoria President James Alexis Michelin Seychellois rupee 1.India gave Dornier aircraft for coastal surveillance.
2.Inaugurated the first of the eight Coastal Surveillance Radar Systems (CSRS) being set up by India.
3.Agreement signed on the development of infrastructure in the Assumption Island, which is leased out to India.
Mauritius Port Louis Prime Minister Anerood Jugnauth Mauritian rupee 1.Announced a new security cooperation agreement
2.Commissioned India-built Mauritian naval patrol ship
3.Five agreements, including opening up ‘blue economy’ signed
Sri Lanka Sri Jayawardenepura Kotte, Colombo President Maithripala Sirisena Sri Lankan rupee 1.Inaugurated the reconstructed Northern Province railway line
2.First Prime Minister to visit Jaffna
3.Urged Sri Lanka to think beyond the Thirteenth Amendment
Singapore Singapore Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong Singapore Dollar 1.Signed India-Singapore Strategic Partnership
2.Unveiled a commemorative joint stamp with PM Lee Hsien Loong to mark 50 years of Indo-Singapore ties
3.Delivered the 37th Singapore Lecture
France Paris President François Hollande Euro, CFP franc April 9—11, 2015

1.Rafale jet deal finalized.India to buy 36 fightr planes in flyaway condition

2.17 pacts signed, including reviving Jaitapur nuclear project
3.France announced an investment of 2 billion euro in India

November 30-December 1, 2015
1.Participated in the COP21 climate Summit
2.Launched International Solar Alliance

Germany Berlin Chancellor Angela Markel Euro 1.Inaugurated India Pavillion at Hanover Messe, the world’s largest industrial fair, promote ‘Make in India’ campaign
Addressed the Indo-German Business Summit
Canada Ottawa Prime Minister Justin Trudeau Canadian dollar 1.Addressed Indian diaspora with 2.Canadian PM Stephen Harper in Toronto’s Ricoh Coliseum
3.Discussed the Bilateral Investment Promotion and Protection Agreement (BIPPA) and Comprehensive Economic Co-operation Agreement (CECA)
4.Met officials of officials of the Pension Fund of Canada for possible investment in India
5.Paid tributes to Kanishka bombing victims.
China Beijing President Xi Jinping Renminbi 1.Established “hotline” to work between the Military Headquarters in both countries
2.Space Cooperation Outline btween ISRO and China space agency
3.Sisterhood between Karnataka & Sichuan; Aurangabad & Dunhuang, Chennai & Chongqing, Hyderabad & Qingdao
4.Extend electronic tourist visas to Chinese nationals
5.New Chinese Consulate General in Chennai, Indian mission in Chengdu
6.Discussed ways to tackle growing trade deficit
Mongolia Ulaanbaatar Prime Minister Chimed Saikhanbileg Mongolian tugrik 1.First Indian Prime Minister to visit the country
2.Gave $1-billion credit to Mongolia for infrastructure development
3.13 pacts signed, including enhancing cooperation in border defence, policing and surveillance, air services, cyber security and new and renewable energy.
South Korea Seoul President Park Geun-hye South Korean won 1.Double Taxation Avoidance Agreement signed
2.Addressed the CEOs forum
3.Visited Hyundai Heavy Industries shipyard
Bangladesh Dhaka Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina Bangladeshi taka 1.Announced $2 billion line of credit for Bangladesh
2.Landmark land-boundary Agreement (LBA) reached.
3.Flagged off the Kolkata-Dhaka-Agartala and Dhaka-Shillong-Guwahati bus services
4.Paid tributes to 1971 martyrs at National Martyrs’ Memorial.
Uzbekistan Tashkent President Islam Karimov Uzbekistani som 1.Signed pact on procuring uranium
2.Visited the Lal Bahadur Shastri Memorial at Tashkent.
3.Both countries to join hands in counter-terrorism measures
4.Kick-started talks to enhance surface connectivity between both countries.
Kazakhstan Astana President Nursultan Nazarbayev Kazakhstani tenge 1.Five key agreements signed, including a contract for supply of uranium
2.Both countries to join hands in counter-terrorism measures
Russia Moskow President Vladimir Putin Ruble May 18—19, 2015
1.India to purchase 4 additional improved Talwar class stealth frigates
2.A deal on two more nuclear reactors for Kudankulam
3.Modi to meet defence-sector CEOs
July 8—10, 2015
1.Met Pakistan counterpart Nawaz Sharif; both countries agreed upon NSA-level talks Read More
2.Pitched for stronger and deeper cooperation among BRICS members Read more
3.India gets membership at Shanghai Cooperation Organisation (SCO)
Turkmenistan Ashgabat President Gurbanguly Berdimuhamedow Turkmenistan manat 1.Pitched for early implementation of the $10 bn TAPI gas pipeline project
2.Signed pacts in the field of defence and tourism
3.Both countries to join hands in counter-terrorism measures
Kyrgyzstan Bishkek Prime Minister Temir Sariyev Kyrgyzstani som 1.Announced a new security cooperation agreement
2.India, Kyrgyzstan plan anti-terror pact
3.Kyrgyzstan extends support to India’s candidature for permanent membership in UNSC
Tajikistan Dushanbe Prime Minister Kokhir Rasulzoda Tajikistani somoni 1.Unveiled a bust of Rabindranath Tagore.
also,Signed pacts to boost trade, investment and connectivity
2.Expressed interest in joining the Pakistan, Afghanistan, Tajikistan Trade and Transit Agreement as the fourth partner
3.Both countries to join hands in counter-terrorism measures.
United Arab Emirates Abu Dhabi President Khalifa bin Zayed Al Nahyan United Arab Emirates dirham 1.First Prime Minister to with the Emirates in 34 years.
2.Visited the Sheikh Zayed Grand Mosque.
3.Addressed the Indian Diaspora at Dubai Cricket Grounds.
4.Pitched for $1 trillion investment.
5.Both countries to join hands in counter-terrorism measures.
Ireland Dublin President Michael D. Higgins Euro 1.After Nehru, it was Modi who has visited Ireland .
2.Sought Ireland’s support for India’s UNSC bid .
3.Sought relaxation in the country’s visa policy to accomodate Indian firms


United States of America Washington DC President Barack Obama US Dollar September 24—30, 2015

1.Address the United Nations General Assembly
2.Made a strong pitch for Digital India by meeting CEOs at Silicon Valley
3.Participated in a Townhall Q&A at the Facebook headquarters with Mark Zuckerberg
4.Interacted with the Indian community in San Jose
USA September 26—30, 2014
1.Addressed the UN General Assembly
2.Attended Global Citizen Festival
3.Addressed Indian Diaspora at Madisson Square


United Kingdom London Prime minister:David Cameron Pound sterling ,Euro 1.Addressed about 50,000 Indian diaspora at Wembley grounds
2.Luncheon with Queen Elizabeth II
3.Visited the Tata Motors’ owned Jaguar Land Rover (JLR) factory in Solihull
4.Signed deals worth $18 billion on energy, defence and development.
Turkey Ankara Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdoğan Turkish Lira 1.Delink terror and religion, Modi said at G20 Summit
2.Held bilaterals with Australia, Spain, Turkey leaders
3.Met with the King of Saudi Arabia Salman Al Saud.
Malaysia Kuala Lumpur Prime Minister Najib Razak Malaysian ringgit 1.Spoke at the ASEAN Business and Investment Summit
2.Unveiled a statute of Swami Vivekananda at Petaling Jaya, near Kuala Lumpur
3.Attended the East Asia Summit
Brazil Brasília President: Dilma Rousseff Brazilian real 1.MoUs on environment and remote sensing signed with Brazil
2.Bilateral meetings with South American leaders
3.Discussed setting up of BRICS Bank and permanent membership to India and Brazil in UNSC.
Afghanistan Kabul President: Ashraf Ghani Afghan afghani 1.Inaugurated the country’s Parliament building
2.Hand over 4 Mi-25 attack helicopters
Japan Tokyo Prime minister: Shinzō Abe Japanese yen 1.Pact to develop Varanasi on the lines of Kyoto ‘smart city’
2.Japan promised to give $35 billion to India over the next five years.
Australia Canberra Prime minister: Malcolm Turnbull Australian dollar 1.Attended G-20 summit in Brisbane
2.Met Indian diaspora in Sydney
3.Addressed the joint session of Australian Parliament
4.Signed civil nuclear deal with Australia
5.India-Australia strategic framework announced
Fiji Suva Prime minister: Frank Bainimarama Fijian dollar 1.Extended $75 million credit line to Fiji
2.Addressed the Fiji Parliament
Nepal Kathmandu Prime minister: Khadga Prasad Sharma Oli Nepalese rupee 1.Addressed the Nepal Parliament
2.Visited Pashupatinath temple, pleged Rs. 25 crore support for its renovation
3.Offered $1 bn package to Nepal
Bhutan Thimphu King: Jigme Khesar Namgyel Wangchuck Bhutanese ngultrum 1.Laid the foundation stone for the 600MW Kholongchu Hydro-electric project.
2.Inaugurated the Supreme Court complex built by India.
3.Addressed joint session of the Parliament.
4.Announced India’s assistance package to Bhutan of Rs. 4,500 crore.
Myanmar Naypyidaw president Thein Sein Burmese kyat 1.Slew of agreements on connectivity, including a direct flight to Nay Pyi Taw
2.Attended the ASEAN-India summit
3.Agreed to enhance bilateral trade

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